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metaphacts and the ResearchSpace consortium recently released a public system showcasing the powerful semantic search functionalities delivered by the ResearchSpace platform.
ResearchSpace, a British Museum project funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, builds on the metaphactory platform and leverages Semantic Web technologies to deliver a comprehensive solution for cultural heritage research.
The public system can be reached at https://public.researchspace.org/. It features a preview of the tools delivered by the ResearchSpace platform and will be extended in the future to make additional tools publicly available, such as Geo-search, semantic clipboarding, semantic annotation and assertion representation. A guided tour introduces users to the system and supports them in performing and visualizing a complex query using the intuitive ResearchSpace search interface.
"We see great potential for ResearchSpace to help tackle the challenges encountered by researchers in the cultural heritage domain and are really excited to have this public system provide users with a first taste of what our solution can do", commented Dr. Peter Haase, CEO at metaphacts.